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A Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Join presenter Nathan Anderson for a presentation on internet safety for young adults and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Space is limited and light snacks will be served. Registration is required to attend. Map to location is at bottom of the page. Please note that each person attending, even if in the same group, needs to register. Childcare and Translation are available upon request.
Public Transportation: Our office is accessible on Route 12.
About the Presenter:
Nathan Anderson moved to Colorado from upper Michigan. He began his college education in England, and finished in Wyoming. Passionate about relationships and people, Nathan began his career serving people with disabilities in 2007, working for Developmental Disabilities Resource Center (DDRC). Beginning in direct care, Nathan has worked in a variety of roles in the organiza ntion through the last ten years, and currently works as project manager and oversees several other areas of DDRC.
Nathan oversees two technology learning labs at DDRC, and is especially passionate about the potential of technology to change and enhance the lives of people living with disabilities. The labs are designed as a resource for people of all skill levels and abilities, giving them the opportunity to engage, learn, and grow in their personal capabilities to communicate and grow in or gain new life skills.